Friday, August 1, 2008

Bridging China and America, Part II

Economic relations between China and the United States as well as
regional development in Indiana and China's Liaoning province will be the subjects of a business conference in Shenyang, China, co-sponsored by Indiana State and Liaoning universities.

The "Bridging China and America" conference scheduled for Sept.
14, is a follow-up to a January 2007 conference in Indianapolis hosted by Indiana State.

U.S. presenters scheduled to speak at the conference include Mark
Miles, president and chief executive officer of the Central Indiana
Corporate Partnership; Nathan Feltman, Indiana secretary of commerce and CEO of the Indiana Economic Development Corp.; Steven Chapman, group vice president for emerging markets and businesses, Cummins Inc.; Richard Mattoon, senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago; King Lin of ICF International; and Christofer Matney, air service director at Indianapolis International Airport.

Business representatives interested in participating in the conference and/or the trip to China, or those interested in learning more about the events, should contact Michael Chambers, associate professor and chair of the ISU political science department, 812:237-2515.

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